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Quote# 85643

According to The Times Free Press, [State Representative] Floyd said he came up with the bill [to ban transgender people from restrooms] after reading a story about a woman in Texas who claimed she was fired from a department store for violating LGBT policy by attempting to stop a transgender teen from using the women’s dressing room.

“It could happen here,” he reportedly explained. “I believe if I was standing at a dressing room and my wife or one of my daughters was in the dressing room and a man tried to go in there — I don’t care if he thinks he’s a woman and tries on clothes with them in there — I’d just try to stomp a mudhole in him and then stomp him dry.”

He added: “Don’t ask me to adjust to their perverted way of thinking and put my family at risk. We cannot continue to let these people dominate how society acts and reacts. Now if somebody thinks he’s a woman and he’s a man and wants to try on women’s clothes, let him take them into the men’s bathroom or dressing room.” [...]

“The potential for pedophiles and molesters to come into the restroom and claim the same thing, that they think they’re of the opposite sex and they think they’re something else, something they’re not, they can do the same thing that transgender people do,” Floyd argued. “[...] We’re talking about society getting picked on by a few.”

Tennessee Rep. Richard Floyd, Raw Story 65 Comments [1/18/2012 4:19:07 AM]
Fundie Index: 79

Quote# 85640

"My uncle-in-law has been an atheist his whole life. My aunt, however, is a very devout Christian. Nothing gets him to really be a Christian despite that he goes to church and often plays the guitar there. Whenever religion is talked about, he is skeptical. He holds no values for Christianity. He is also a very bitter man and suffered a heart attack last year, in which he still never became a Christian.

See, some people are just stubborn. And he isn't a rocket scientist. In fact he is pretty old school, being about 65 years old. Science avails him not.

So what about those people with more drive who claim to be so endowed with science and so willingly subject their selves to that of militant atheists?
There is nothing I am able to do that is going to bring them closer to religion. You all have already made your minds, and so long as your life is fine and giving, you all will remain that way.

As such, you all take that and try to make it into something more. You all are not being persecuted. Anything that has happened in your life that was ill gotten by religion is negligible. You all do not have any right to be going around and stomping on people's beliefs.
But you all do it anyway., you all are th eones that are intellectually dishonest, not us.
And then you all shriek when someone, like me, rips that facade away and shows the truth for what it is- you all are just vain, serving absolutely no purpose whatsoever then sheer aggravation of society. You all are heroes, let me tell you."

Sum1sGruj, Theology Online 48 Comments [1/18/2012 4:17:39 AM]
Fundie Index: 62
Submitted By: Skavau

Quote# 85638

You know, at this stage of the game, I don't give as shit what these black robed anti-American muzzie sympathizers think or decree. In other words, I don't CARE what C.A.I.R. thinks, wants or demands.

All I know is, I've gotta slow down on buying more ammo, and save my coins for a good night scope. And another rifle. When that's done, it's ammo time again.

There will be no 'burqua beating honor killers' in MY neighborhood. And this neighborhood in 1000% Redneck. And, armed.

BuckEyePete, Where Liberty Dwells 69 Comments [1/17/2012 4:40:52 AM]
Fundie Index: 67
Submitted By: physalis17

Quote# 85627

Ronald Weinland, who considers himself a prophet of God, continues to warn that Jesus Christ is returning on May 27, 2012.

For those who do not believe him and mock his message, Weinland claims that they will die from cancer.

His website, Church of God – PKG, claims that various end times events were triggered by the scattering of the Worldwide Church of God after the death of its founder, Herbert W. Armstrong. With Armstrong no longer at the helm, Weinland claims he "is the pastor of God's Church on earth, has also been appointed by the God of Abraham to be His end-time prophet and one of the two end-time witnesses (and spokesman of both), preceding the return of Jesus Christ on May 27, 2012."

Ronald Weinland, god discussion 63 Comments [1/17/2012 4:34:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Stick Boy

Quote# 85626

Seriously, who's a greater menace? Take a moment to think about it. Is it the black guy from the inner city with the grill and the baggy pants who can barely read and will probably wind up in prison before he's even old enough to vote? Or is it the mild-mannered, white, middle-aged professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota who, over the course of a career, will contaminate the minds of 50,000 impressionable young students with androgynous, utilitarian, Marxist horseshit? The former may rob or rape or kill you, maybe, in a fit of desperation or bravado or madness. The latter will deliberately endeavor to consign the souls of several generations to eternal Hell, and congratulate himself for doing it -- and, let's not forget, he'll make you foot the bill for it.

Proph, Collapse The Blog 71 Comments [1/17/2012 4:34:11 AM]
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Quote# 85619

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again:

Fat, spoilt, malcontent wimmin (feminazis in particular) are the result of modern, MAN-made, western technology. Period!
A womyn’s thanks will never, ever be given to all those inventive, historic, American Men, who invented all those things to make wimmin’s work a thing of the past. (and boy howdy, did they ever!!!)

If wimmin still had to scrub laundry with rocks in a creek, sweep dirt floors, work on a loom, tend the livestock, chop the wood,, etc., ad infinitum; just how many big mouthed bitches do you think we would be hearing from right about now?

Sorry grrrrrrls, those women were too busy working to merely survive, to complain about any sort of mythical “oppression” or “sexism”. They knew their place, but more importantly; they were PROUD of who they were! That’s right; PROUD. I won’t even bother to try and explain why these noble and virtuous women may have felt so…

What a glaring and disgusting difference between these brave, truly strong and courageous pioneer women of not even two hundred years ago and our modern, empowered, independant, gyno-American, two-legged cess pits.

I urge all Men here to have a look at wiki’s description of what was commonly known as a scold’s bridle, or the Branks. For whatever foolish reason, this item was done away with some time ago. This invention to end Men’s suffering, needs to be brought back into public acceptance and application, post haste, imo.

DruidV, A Voice for Men 84 Comments [1/16/2012 4:40:18 AM]
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Quote# 85618

[Blogger wants to bring back torture devices for women. Bold mine.]

Gail Dines is not what's generally called a "radical" feminist. She is not a person of the so-called fringe. She is a mainstream activist, and people like her are painfully common. They yak it up on talk shows, they write glossy books that get reviewed by glossy critics, and they have a large following of uncritical sponges who sop up every word they say. Nobody -- especially not men -- will publicly stand up to these people and administer the verbal bitch-slapping they so desperately need. Pretty much the only ones who will tackle that unpopular job, are the "creepy" men who populate obscure websites. These men call attention to creepy things that a lot of people don't want to think about, and that is what makes them "creepy".

As feminism goes, Gail Dines is standard fare -- although I grant you she is worse than many. In olden days of rough village justice her kind would have gotten the scold's bridle, or the the ducking stool, or the stocks. And quite right. Half the women in the village would have been throwing rotten garbage at her too, back in those days. But nowadays . . . women in critical numbers are eerily silent. And I won't try to explain that, especially considering that men are equally silent.

I realize that Gail Dines is ostensibly "not as bad" as the radfems who hide in private forums and talk about male genocide. No, Gail does not talk about male genocide (although it is an open question whether she entertains the thought), but that only makes her somewhat less poisonous. Two drops of cyanide in a glass of water as opposed to three, let us say. Aye, her demonic hatred of men is painted in blazing colors for all to behold.

FIDELBOGEN, The Counter-Feminist 49 Comments [1/16/2012 4:31:13 AM]
Fundie Index: 72
Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 85610

Every knee shall bow. Tim's just trying to get everybody accustomed to it.

When his career is over, they need to modify the Heisman and call it the Tebow. It will show Tim kneeling, head bowed, helmet on the ground in his classic pose. That's in addition to the same statue, done full-sized, to be erected at the University of Florida, and every professional stadium Tim ever played in.

Maybe by then we'll have a President who will set one up on the White House lawn.

Raphael, Rapture Ready 65 Comments [1/16/2012 4:14:57 AM]
Fundie Index: 53

Quote# 85606

Can we have ‘purpose’ without intelligent design? By purpose I mean a reason to live, to exist, to do anything at all without an overwhelming sense of futility seeping in to every possible facet of our existence. First, we would have to understand what is automatically implied by creation being random.

Without intelligent design, we are left with the universe coming from nothing, and life slowly evolving to what it is today. If that is what occurred, my question then is this: What would be the point? Without God, we’re just a random being on a randomly created planet. There can be no point to our existence because we were never created by anything other than chance to begin with.

This is no secret though. The great thinker Nietzche, an Atheist, popularized the idea of nihilism, the thought that life has no purpose if there is no afterlife to work towards or look forward to.

Why am I telling you this? Because I know of a few Atheists who read my blog on occasion, and know they haven’t thought their beliefs through. I also want the Christians who read my blog to understand this concept, because it is useful to discuss when witnessing.

Here is what I have noticed. I have never met an Atheist who really lived like an Atheist. They have goals, a sense of value for their lives and others, and purpose just like everyone else. To truly be an Atheist, you would have to realize the futility of life, and act on that futility. To indulge in every whim, to not care about your life or others, because we’re all going to die one day anyway, so why not today?

But this reasoning isn’t enough cause to convert to Christianity or any other religion. Personally, I look at the person and work of Jesus Christ, His fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies, and put my faith in Him. Fear of an angry God or repercussions of my life in a possible afterlife were never causes of my conversion, both of those are signs of a weak mind.

I pray this proved beneficial to you. If you have any questions, and even if you want to completely refute my points, please feel free to use my Ask.

Auston Jones, Auston Jones 79 Comments [1/16/2012 4:13:54 AM]
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Quote# 85598

The controversial exclusion of women from various settings in Israel because of pressure from ultra-Orthodox Jewish leaders reached a new level this week with a major conference on gynecological advances that is permitting only males to address the audience.

The conference on “Innovations in Gynecology/Obstetrics and Halacha [Jewish law]” is being held by the Puah Institute this Wednesday in Jerusalem. It will include such topics as “ovary implants,” “how to choose a suitable contraceptive pill” and “intimacy during rocket attacks,” in which there are many qualified female professionals, but none will be permitted to speak, at least not from the podium.

Women are allowed in the audience, in a section separate from men.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews, The Globe And Mail 58 Comments [1/14/2012 4:13:36 PM]
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Quote# 85594

BRISTOL, Va. – Nineteen-year-old Keshia Canter handed three burgers, fries and milkshakes to a car-load of Tuesday afternoon customers at the Hi-Lo Burger’s drive-though window. A lady sitting in the backseat leaned forward, between the two men in front, and handed her a leaflet: “Women & Girls” it said across the top.

“Even though nothing is showing, you’re being ungodly,” Canter recalled the woman telling her. “You make men want to be sinful.”

Canter was wearing boots pulled up over jeans, a pink zebra-print shirt with a black jacket zipped up over it. She has blond hair, dark eye make-up and a little red lip ring. “I just asked if she needed any salt, pepper or ketchup,” Canter said. “I mean, how do I respond to that?”

Minutes later, Canter’s mother, Pam Yates, who owns the restaurant, returned from the bank. Canter handed her “Women & Girls” and Yates started reading.

“You may have been given this leaflet because of the way you are dressed,” it begins. “Have you thought about standing before the true and living God to be judged?”

It continues with one essential theme: The sins of men are, in part, the fault of women, specifically women in tight-fitting clothing. Yates was annoyed. Then she got to a section on page two:

“Scripture tells us that when a man looks on a woman to lust for her he has already committed adultery in his heart. If you are dressed in a way that tempts a men to do this secret (or not so secret) sin, you are a participant in the sin,” the leaflet states. “By the way, some rape victims would not have been raped if they had dressed properly. So can we really say they were innocent victims?”

The hand-out is signed “anonymous.”

Anonymous, TriCities.com 84 Comments [1/14/2012 4:12:24 PM]
Fundie Index: 145

Quote# 85591

All during the 1980s, sexual activity among teenage girls increased, says the liberal Guttmacher Institute. They purported to be surprised, but the kinds of programs they promote - as illustrated by the condom item above - can have no other effect. Kids growing up in today's hyper-sexual atmosphere believe the safe sex propaganda that condoms prevent AIDS. The only safe sex, medically and morally, is that between husband and wife.

Ron Paul, The New Republic 52 Comments [1/14/2012 4:11:09 PM]
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Quote# 85587

Evidence for God? During his college years at the University of Florida, Tim Tebow wore black eye patches with the number 3:16 on them, in reference to John 3:16. What are the odds of Tebow throwing 316 yards in his team's victory over the Steelers? 10,000 to 1? A million to one? Or did God Himself make it happen?

Karajou, Conservapedia, Main Page 86 Comments [1/14/2012 4:09:02 PM]
Fundie Index: 61
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 85585

By inviting comments and interacting with them they have done a great job of exposing the overwhelmingly agreed upon faith structure of the religion. We start the series with the most flamingly obvious doctrine Cannibalism.

Now this doctrine was revealed to me in the process of researching my fourth book, "The Great Debate". I touched on it briefly in the book but I wasn't sure if it was random, isolated cases of disgusting social dysfunction or across the board commonality among all atheists. Over the intervening months I have discovered, or rather it was revealed to me by the atheists, that cannibalism has been accepted into mainstream atheism as a matter of fact. Allow me to read just a couple of the comments left by atheists concerning the act of eating people

PPSimmons, P P S I M M O N S 99 Comments [1/13/2012 6:04:03 AM]
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Quote# 85584

“There are studies that are being conducted right now about how children are being raised and how that affects somebody in their psyche and in their self-esteem and in the various ways that that can affect a person being raised by either a man and a man or a woman and a woman. It’s not natural.”

Yanta also said that if the amendment doesn’t pass, Christian parents could be arrested.

“If marriage between homosexuals is legalized, what would some of the consequences be?” she asked rhetorically. “Parents who want to opt their kids out of the public school on the day that they’re teaching about homosexual relationships how it should be okay and accepted, and the parents are charged with discrimination and are hauled away sometimes in handcuffs. … We just can’t allow this to happen.

Kalley King Yanta, Minnesota for Marriage 49 Comments [1/13/2012 6:03:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Zimmer

Quote# 85574

After speculating that it was possible that Hitchens secretly spoke with Jesus Christ and became a Christian before his death, Fischer said that if Hitchens "died as an unrepentant atheist," he is in a dark place where there is eternal suffering, "weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth" because God loves him.

"If Christopher Hitchens is in fact in hell, he's there because God loves him, not because God hates him, but because God loves him," Fischer declared.

"What I mean by that is that God loves us enough to, at the end, give us what we insist on having," Fischer explained to his Focal Point audience on the American Family Association's radio talk station. "If we are determined to have our own way, then God, in the end, is going to give us what we insist on having because that's what you do for people you love. Any parent that has adult children, you know this. You've raised them. You've instilled values in them. You counsel them. You urge them. You appeal to them. You pray for them. But they don't always make life-affirming decisions and you can see them heading down a path that you know can be terribly destructive for them. It breaks your heart to see it, but you realize that they have a free will of their own. "

Fischer went on to say that Hitchens wanted to spend eternity in hell. "Now if you think about it … to me it would not be a loving thing for God to say to Christopher Hitchens, 'You've spent your entire life … you're still defying me. You died in defiance. You still are in defiance. You stand before me. You don't want anything to do with me. You don't want anything to do with my Son. You don't want anything to do with my gospel. You don't want anything to do with the word of God. You don't want anything to do with other people who are followers of me.' It would not be a loving thing to compel people like Christopher Hitchens to spend the rest of eternity in a place that he hated, a place that he does not want to be, a place that he has no desire to be, a place that he has spent all of his life resisting, condemning, avoiding, refusing to embrace. To me, that is not love. That would be a form of cruelty."

According to Fischer, Hitchens' friends can find some release in knowing that God loved Christopher Hitchens enough to respect his right to reject him. Fischer believes that Hitchens would not change his mind and would continue to chose hell, even if he had "seen the light."

Bryan Fischer, God Discussion 67 Comments [1/13/2012 5:51:50 AM]
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Quote# 85571

"The Minister for Family of the Papal Government, Cardinal Antonelli, told me a few days ago in Zaragoza that UNESCO has a program for the next 20 years to make half the world population homosexual. To do this they have distinct programs, and will continue to implant the ideology that is already present in our schools."

Bishop Fernández and Cardinal Antonelli, www.elpais.com 36 Comments [1/13/2012 5:43:38 AM]
Fundie Index: 78
Submitted By: Einherjar

Quote# 85563

[In reply to "And then the atheists will finally realize what a world is like without Christians and God's protection."]

Funny you should say that buzz! I once read where atheists obviously don't believe in God, however...they are glad that there are people on this Earth that do. Why would they say such a curious thing...Their answer was that they know that Christians, for the most part, are good people who care about others and make this planet a better place to live by balancing out people who do not do these kinds of things. What a shame they can't draw a correlation between the two!

DAVEBOY, Rapture Ready 55 Comments [1/12/2012 8:17:16 AM]
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Submitted By: Frank

Quote# 85562

[Re: The whole 2012 Mayan calender thingy...]

I'm just going to be honest here...it's 2012. Pretty much everyone everywhere is aware of the whole 'end of the world' scenario, it's quite the joke and I'm sure many are taking it seriously.

I've always thought this would be PERFECT timing for the rapture and chaos to be unleashed, because everyone and everything is already so set for the great deception. There's a lot of talk about it 'not being the end, but the evolution of humanity'. How perfect would it be if we left and all hell broke loose, and people rang their hands and thought this really IS the beginning of the end, and suddenly the AntiChrist steps in and takes the reigns and spreads great peace. Couple this with the possible revealing of demons in the forms of aliens that point to the AntiChrist as an important figure the world should listen to and you have a GREAT deception indeed.

P.S. It would be easy for the aliens to point to the AntiChrist and say that he is the one, reincarnated in human flesh (much like Jesus in a way), who originally seeded humanity on planet Earth. With the theory of directed panspermia on the rise, it'd be perfect timing.

Rei, Rapture Ready 57 Comments [1/12/2012 8:06:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Frank

Quote# 85557

From the article "Why all Christians should support SOPA"

SOPA lets the US finally censor the Internet.

If you don't play by US rules, your web site will be blocked. Most of the Internet's major data trunks go through the USA. People visiting a European web site from South America will be relying on cables and servers in the USA for part of the communication. SOPA will let the USA block not just the traffic TO US users, but traffic going THROUGH the USA to other countries. Offending sites will be blocked not just in the USA, but in South America. This means South American web sites can be blocked from being seen by the rest of the world, even if they're not using a .COM, .NET or .ORG domain name.

Alexander Cornswalled, Alexander Cornswalled Blog 56 Comments [1/12/2012 8:05:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Giveitaday

Quote# 85552

As of today, I will vote for Rick Santorum.. - Today, 01:20 PM
There is no one single perfect candidate. Human beings are flawed period. So, to say we shouldn't vote for the lesser of two evils is to demand the impossible.

The fact is, Rick Santorum has become the newest, most hated "right wing Christian" nut of the left. That alone, tells me he is the right guy.

To the mainstream left and media, you're a nut if you believe in the following:

Traditional Marriage and Family.
Publicly crediting God and your Faith for your Values
Insuring our country remains the world's superior military power
Private business, not government makes the country prosperous.
It is not a woman's right to murder her unborn child.

Santorum is my guy. He's not the most gifted or polished speaker, but I'll vote for substance.

rbdeli, Theology Online 42 Comments [1/12/2012 8:03:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Persephone 66

Quote# 85548

[Re. Rick Santorum saying he doesn't want to help black people by giving them someone else's money.]

I’m so sick of all this PC. So what! I can think of another name for blacks and it’s not African American. There’s no such thing unless you immigrated here legally. Same goes for the rest! And a homosexual is a faggot and nothing less. So take your PC and wrap it in barbed wire and perch on it. Santorum is a decent guy so now I guess it’s his turn to get mauled by the demons. My problem is these guys need to stop putting up with this BS muckraking and stand up
for what’s RIGHT! I’m sick of seeing the evil prix tramp all over decent people. Damn I can’t wait till NOV. And I hope the new candidate rips a new one on these MSM clowns. So glad I don’t own a tv. Soooo glad.

IslandLifer, Moonbattery 59 Comments [1/11/2012 4:17:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 85537

One of the criticisms I make is to what I refer to as more of a libertarianish right. You know, the left has gone so far left and the right in some respects has gone so far right that they touch each other. They come around in the circle. This whole idea of personal autonomy, well I don’t think most conservatives hold that point of view. Some do. They have this idea that people should be left alone, be able to do whatever they want to do, government should keep our taxes down and keep our regulations low, that we shouldn’t get involved in the bedroom, we shouldn’t get involved in cultural issues. You know, people should do whatever they want. Well, that is not how traditional conservatives view the world and I think most conservatives understand that individuals can’t go it alone. That there is no such society that I am aware of, where we’ve had radical individualism and that it succeeds as a culture.

Rick Santorum, Cato@Liberty 74 Comments [1/10/2012 3:57:08 AM]
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Quote# 85535

My present city is a pretty horrible place to live. I had previously attributed it to the general poverty and dustiness of the area, the general grossness of the infantrymen who populate it, and the general horribleness of the south's social order. But I'm increasingly convinced demographics are the reason why. I live in a military town with a median age in the mid-20s. Nearly half the population is under 25. These people don't have kids.

The result is a predictable lack of civic virtue. People get in fights. They speed violently. There's strip clubs, grillists, decal shops, and the like everywhere. Everything sucks and everyone hates it here.

Children civilize things. They promote awareness, respect, and awe for the order of being, through which God has permitted man to participate in the act of creation (hence the near-religious reverence parents feel holding their newborn children for the first time). They remind parents of their obligations and encourage them to behave -- not only to set a good example but to contribute to the betterment of society for their children's sake. Children make obvious the goodness of obedience to authority, the dutiful care for one's family, and reverence for elders and ancestors.

A society without children is a markedly deficient society -- one that has no reason to live at all, much less live well. I suspect this is why liberalism so desperately hates the idea of parenthood and children: it's only possible in a society with comparatively few children.

Proph, Collapse: The Blog 62 Comments [1/10/2012 3:55:08 AM]
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Quote# 85534

I know I shouldn't be at this point, but every so often I'm amazed at the extent to which Christians (especially Catholics) will delude themselves in order to fit in as good Americans.

Modern America requires Christians to profess falsehood: that their religion is essentially false and therefore unworthy of being entertained on the public stage. The atheist/agnostic will say, of course, that it requires no such thing, that it simply requires them to profess that while they may believe their religion to be true, they cannot know their religion is true, and thus they have no right to act in accordance with their belief by demanding that the state establish and protect their religion. Usually, the rationale is epistemic weakness.

(Peter Drucker made this argument. It's about 75% of the reason I disowned him. It never even occurred to him to question whether or not it was actually true).

But Christians can know their religion is true: they inherited it directly from God Himself. He came down from Heaven in the form of a man and told us of our obligations to Him. If you don't believe that, you aren't a Christian at all. So to say they can't profess belief in the fundamental reality of their religion is to say their religion is false: that a central claim it makes is false. And to require them to act according to this belief is to require them to jettison their faith entirely.

Thus the visceral horror to which, for instance, otherwise good Catholics react when a fellow Catholic (like myself) says, "The state ought to formally establish Catholicism" (or at least "mere Christianity"). Chritsianity may be true, they say, but we only believe it's true, and other people don't believe it!

Well, those people are wrong. That's all. And there is no right to falsehood and error.

Anyway, when did "belief" come to mean something less than fact? Belief is the adherence of the intellect and will to a perceived truth. We all believe the sky is blue, for instance. Because it's blue.

"But what if they take control and outlaw your religion because they believe it's false!"

They do that all the time, though. Why should we unilaterally disarm? (Not that we're talking about outlawing competing religions; such confusion over the historical norm of religious establishment is woefully common nowadays).

And who cares, anyway? We preach Christianity because it's true, not because the state graciously permits us to do so without harrassment. If the state decides to martyr us for not playing along, well, we will be glorified in Heaven and God will avenge our blood. If you don't believe that, you're not a Christian, either. You're just a liar, going to church every week to set a good example for the kids or to keep up appearances (or something). Your real religion is comfort, and you will be stripped of every last speck of it when your soul is dropped into Hell.

Proph, Collapse: The Blog 61 Comments [1/10/2012 3:54:17 AM]
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